Optimization of land use, system modeling, sizing and layout of utilities, entitlement services, and cost estimating.
Design of grading, roadways, drainage, stormwater treatment, sewer, and water infrastructure.
Site layout, site design, ADA compliance, aesthetics, integration with building design.
Design of municipal facilities including roadways, pipelines, and pump stations.
Project Case Study
Bridge District Infrastructures
West Sacramento, California
Wood Rodgers was brought in to provide master infrastructure planning and civil design for the redevelopment of the City West of Sacramento’s Bridge District, a project with many complexities and a final construction cost of $20 million. Historically, the Bridge District was an industrial area adjacent to the Sacramento River, directly across the river from historic Old Sacramento. Wood Rodgers created master plans for sewer, water, and drainage infrastructure and a sewer lift station, a riverfront pathway, widening of an off ramp from US-50, traffic signal modifications, and urban-scale street improvements. A key element of the work was coming up with low-impact drainage solutions to reduce the need for upsizing of existing off-site infrastructure. What’s more, a sophisticated traffic-handling plan allowed the River Cats baseball stadium to remain in service for the entirety of construction.